access control systems
ALPHA
CODED/VISUAL
SYSTEM
(BLACK & WHITE)
INSTALLATION
AND
PROGRAMMING
INSTRUCTIONS
ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS
REF : ALPHA_CV_(B&W).PPP
ISSUE : 002/UK
MAIN FEATURES
DECA CONTROL UNIT - FRONT PANEL
PANIC ALARM OUTPUT
LOCK RELAY OUTPUT
DOOR ALARM OUTPUT
SYSTEM STATUS
POWER
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DOOR PANEL/KEYPAD TYPES - Aluminium, S/Steel, & Polished Brass
MULTIPLE CODE OR COMMON CODE VERSIONS - To aid system design
USER FRIENDLY SET UP - With tone and LED indication of system state
ACCESS CODES - Can be 24 hour or time zoned
PROGRAMMERS CODE - For ease of use and front end security
SHUT DOWN MODE - Allowing keypad functions to be shut down
ON/OFF MODE - Allowing lock output to be used as a switch
BLEEP MODE FOR THE PARTIALLY SIGHTED - For audio location of keypad
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DURESS ALARM - To indicate entry of code numbers under duress
DOOR OPEN ALARM - With programmable door open time and auto reset
TAMPER ALARM - Will inhibit system for invalid code entries
MULTIPLE DOOR INTERLOCK - Allows groups of doors to be interlocked
EXIT PUSH BUTTON INPUT - Fully processed to allow interlock feature
TIME SWITCH INPUT - To provide time zoning of access & control codes
CLEAR DOWN MODE - To clear down all access codes & reset defaults
LOCK AND ALARM RELAY OUTPUTS - 2 amp volt free change over contacts
* POWER SUPPLY - Using the 12vAC/DC PSU for easy battery backup
SYSTEM DESIGN
ALPHA CODED VISUAL Access Systems are simple to install,
simple to program combined visual door entry and digital access kits.
The systems can be used for single door single code & single phone
applications or by purchasing additional equipment more complex
multiple door installations. The advantages of the 100 code system
over the two code system is that authorised personnel (upto 100
individuals) can select their own 4 digit code, which when required,
can be deleted without affecting other users as each individual's
code is unique.
In multiple door installations the keypad can be programmed to
restrict specific codes at specific doors,
i.e. all personnel would be allowed through the main entrance but
only accounts personnel into the accounts office etc.
An audit trail of entry events can be logged by using the DECA
Printer Interface and downloaded onto a dot matrix parallel printer.
Any of the DECA access control systems may be enhanced with an
Audio or an audio/visual upgrade.
This will allow audio only or audio/visual communication and remote
operation of the door lock for unauthorised personnel.
Use either the DECA kits complete with a keypad, control unit,
standard lock release and AC power supply or use the keypad and
control unit with any 12v AC or DC PSU and any locking device
failsafe/failsecure upto 2 amps. For locking devices drawing more
than 2 amps use an interface relay.
OVERVIEW
MULTIPLE CODE & COMMON CODE SYSTEMS
The ALPHA Coded Visual system is available in two versions, multiple
code units (100 access codes) and common code unit (2 access codes)
both units are identical in both feature output and programming.
TIME ZONES
A time switch with isolated contacts may be connected to the controller
to allow time zoning of access codes and control codes. Any access
code or control code may be time zoned, this is done when the code is
entered (see programming options). Time zoned codes will only operate
when the time switch input is shorted.
DOOR CONTACT
A standard normally closed magnetic contact needs to be fitted to the
controlled door if all of the system features are to be taken advantage
of. If a door contact is not fitted then the following features are lost:
1. Lock output cut-off 2 seconds after door has opened
2. Door open alarm
3. Multiple door interlock
MULTIPLE DOOR INTERLOCK
This feature allows two or more doors to be interlocked together
allowing only one of the group to operate at a time. The interlock
feature monitors the door position via the door contact and internally
if the lock output is powered, if any of the doors in the group are
unsecure due to either state then all doors connected to the group
are inhibited.
EXIT PUSH BUTTON
The exit push button input should be used to activate the lock output
when manual operation of a door is either not possible or not
desirable. The input is designed to accept a normally open contact,
and is fully processed to take account of the interlock feature.
DURESS ALARM
If an access code is entered preceded by an * (ie. *3344) the lock
output will operate in the normal way and in addition the PA Alarm
output will operate for its programmed time.
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P.A. ALARM
If the * and # buttons are pressed together the PA Alarm output will
operate and the system will shut down for its programmed time. The
alarm time setting defaults to 30 secs, but may be varied by using
option "50".
PROGRAMMERS CODE
The programmers code is the first six digits (*# excluded) to be
keyed in after depressing the program code switch
following power up (depress switch through hole in front
panel). The system will then enter the programmers mode.
Valid programming entries are signalled by 2 short bleeps. Incorrect
entries are ignored and signalled by 6 long bleeps. When in the
programmers mode the system LED (Yellow) will be on and both the
keypad and the controller sounders will operate, the sounders will
give 2 bleeps (high and low tone) every 10 seconds. To leave or
re-enter the program mode, enter the programmers code preceded
by a #
The programmers code may be changed at any time after initial set
up from within the programmers mode by using option "00".
ACCESS CODES
The Access Codes are 4 digit codes, held in code locations, and
may be constructed of any 4 digits 0-9 (excluding * #) any digit may
be used more than once (ie 3344). NOTE: The system will not allow
codes to be duplicated (ie the same code in two different locations)
Code locations are numbered as follows:
Common Code System (2 codes) 00 - 01
Multiple Code System (100 codes) 00 - 99
Access codes may be entered or deleted from the system by using
option "10" and "20" respectively from within the
programmers mode.
LOCK OUTPUT TIME
The lock output time can be programmed to operate for a set
duration in either seconds, option "30" or in hours & minutes, option
"31". The seconds feature is normally used for all access control
applications and the hours & minutes setting for control of squash
court lighting, snooker tables, sun beds etc.
When the lock output time is set in hours & minutes the lock output
operation is modified in that when the system detects a valid access
code the lock output will turn on for the programmed time, however
the programmed time will be cut short if a valid access code is used
again. The lock output time defaults to 5 seconds but may be varied
by using either option. NOTE: If a door contact is fitted the lock
output will turn off 2 seconds after the door has been opened
ensuring that the door is secure on closing.
DOOR OPEN ALARM DELAY TIME
With a standard (N/C) magnetic door contact fitted to the
door, the controller will monitor the door open time, if the
door is open for longer than the programmed time, the door alarm
output will operate and continue to operate until 15 seconds after the
door has been closed. The door open alarm delay time defaults to
30 secs. but may be varied by using option "40".
NOTE: THE DOOR CONTACT INPUT TERMINALS IN THE
CONTROLLER MUST BE SHORTED WITH A WIRE LINK IF
A DOOR CONTACT IS "NOT" FITTED.
TAMPER ALARM TIME
If 13 invalid key strokes are made the door alarm output will operate
and the system will shut down for the programmed time. The tamper
alarm time defaults to 5 secs. but may be varied by using option
"60".
CLEAR ALL ACCESS CODES, CONTROL CODES AND SET
DEFAULTS
This mode will clear all access codes, control codes and
reset all programmable timings to their default values.
NOTE: The program code will remain unchanged. The clear down
mode is activated by using option "70" and the fixed password
654321, the clear down will take a few seconds to complete.
Default Values:
Lock output time - - - 5 seconds
Door open time - - - - 30 seconds
Tamper shutdown time - 5 seconds
PA Alarm time - - - - 30 seconds
TEST MODE
The test mode option "90" allows the keypad wiring, lock output and
alarm outputs to be tested. Each key should be pressed in
sequence 0123456789*#. A problem will be indicated by 6 long
bleeps. After entering the last digit (#) the lock output will turn on,
press the * key to move on and step through the other outputs.
NOTE: If no keys are pressed the output will stay turned on for two
minutes then step to the next output etc.
ON/OFF CODE
This code, when entered with the system in normal running
mode, will allow the output to be used as a switch. When a valid
code is entered the lock output will turn on and remain on until a
valid code is entered again turning the output off. The system will
remain in this mode until the ON/OFF code is re-entered restoring
the system to full function. To set the ON/OFF code enter the
program mode and use option "97". This sets the code and when
entered preceded by a # the system will function as above.
SHUTDOWN CODE
This code, when entered with the system in normal running
mode, will shutdown valid access codes but leave the other system
features operating. It may be used by management for holiday
shutdown periods etc. The system will remain in this mode until the
shutdown code is re-entered restoring the system to full function. To
set the shut down code enter the program mode and use option
"98". This sets the code and when entered preceded by a # the
system will function as above.
BLEEP CODE FOR THE PARTIALLY SIGHTED
This code, when entered with the system in normal running
mode, will make the keypad sounder "chirp" every 12 seconds. This
is to assist partially sighted users in locating the device. The system
will remain in this mode until the bleep code is re-entered. To set the
bleep code enter the program mode and use option "99". This sets
the code and when entered preceded by a # the system will function
as above.
INSTALLATION
COMBINED DOOR PANEL & KEYPAD
Install on the unsecure side of the door adjacent to the
opening edge of the door.
TELEPHONE HANDSET
Install on the secure side of the door within 100 metres of
the door panel.
CONTROL UNIT
Install on secure side of door within 100 metres of keypad.
DOOR CONTACT
Fit to the leading edge of the opening door. If the door
contact is not fitted the following features will be inoperative:
1. Lock output cut-off 2 seconds after door has opened
2. Door open alarm
3. Multiple door interlock
NOTE: THE DOOR CONTACT INPUT TERMINALS IN THE
CONTROLLER MUST BE SHORTED WITH A WIRE LINK IF A
DOOR CONTACT IS "NOT" FITTED .
LOCK RELEASE
Fit the door release to the frame in place of the existing
lock keep.
POWER SUPPLY
Install the power supply on the secure side of the door and feed via
a 5 Amp fused 240v 50Hz mains outlet.
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INSTALLATION & PROGRAMMING
TIME SWITCH
Install the time switch adjacent to the controller to provide time
zoning of cards.
SET THE LOCK OUTPUT TIME (Secs) for access control.
30*(SECS. 3 digits)*
(ie.30*009* = lock output set for 9 secs. Max time 120 secs)
EXIT PUSH BUTTON
If required fit a normally open push button on the secure side of the
door.
SET THE LOCK OUTPUT TIME (Hours & Mins) for lighting etc.
31*(HOURS 1 digit)*(MINUTES 2 digits)*(ie. 31*1*09* = lock output
set for 1 hour 9 mins. Max time 9 hours)
DOOR ALARM
If required fit a door alarm on the secure side of the door
this will be activated by the tamper alarm & door open alarm.
DOOR OPEN ALARM DELAY TIME
40*(SECS. 3 digits)*(ie. 40*060* = door open time set for 60 secs.
Max time 120 secs.)
PA ALARM
If required fit a PA alarm on the secure side of the door this will be
activated by the duress feature & the PA alarm.
SET PA ALARM TIME
50*(SECS. 3 digits)*(ie. 50*100* = PA alarm set for 100 secs. Max
time 120 secs)
MULTIPLE DOOR INTERLOCK
If required wire between each controller that is to be
interlocked.
SET TAMPER SHUT DOWN TIME
60*(SECS. 3 digits)*(ie. 60*009* = tamper shut down set for 9 secs.
Max time 120 secs.)
CABLING
Door Panel . ... ... power supply . ... ... ... RG59 +9 cores
Door Panel . ... ... power supply . ... ... ... Ringing wires
Power Supply ... ... handset ... ... ... ... ... RG59 + 9 cores
Door panel . ... ... controller ... ... ... ... ... 9 cores
Door Contact ... ... controller ... ... ... ... ... 2 cores
Time switch ... ... controller ... ... ... ... ... 2 cores
Exit push button ... controller ... ... ... ... ... 2 cores
Door Alarm .. ... ... controller ... ... ... ... ... 2 cores
PA Alarm. ... ... ... controller ... ... ... ... ... 2 cores
Lock Release ... ... controller ... ... ... ... ... 2 cores
Power Supply ... ... controller ... ... ... ... ... 2 cores
Interlock .. ... ... ... controller to controller ... 2 cores
CLEAR ACCESS CODES, CONTROL CODES (not prog.code) &
SET DEFAULT VALUES
70*654321*(ie. 70*654321* = access & control codes cleared,
defaults reset)
PROGRAMMING
SET THE BLEEP CODE
99*(CODE 6 digits)*Standard
TEST MODE
90 * 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *# Step through outputs by pressing *ie.
90*0123456789*#*** = if reported OK keypad & outputs tested)
SET THE ON/OFF CODE
97*(CODE 6 digits)*Standard
97*#(CODE 6 digits)*Timed
SET THE SHUT DOWN CODE
98*(CODE 6 digits)*Standard 98*#(CODE 6 digits)*Timed
INITIAL SET-UP
a. Double check all connections and power up the system.
b. Depress the programmers code switch through the 2mm hole in
the controller front panel & the system LED (yellow) will come on.
c. Select your programmers code (6 digits excluding * or #) and enter
at the keypad, this takes you straight to the program mode.
NOTE: When in the programmers mode the system LED (Yellow)
will be on and both the keypad and the controller sounders will
operate, the sounders will give 2 bleeps (high and low tone) every 10
seconds while in the programmers mode. Valid programming entries
are signalled by 2 short beeps. Incorrect entries are ignored and
signalled by 6 long bleeps.
d. Clear the system & reset the default values using option “70”.
e. Enter an access code using option “10”.
f. Leave the programmers mode by entering the six digit
programmers code preceded by a #.
g. Test the system by entering the 4 digit access code at the keypad
h. To re-enter or leave the program mode, enter the programmers
code preceded by a #.
i. Complete the Access Code Allocation sheet and keep secure.
PROGRAMMING OPTIONS
CHANGE THE PROGRAM CODE
00*(NEW CODE 6 digits)*
ENTER AN ACCESS CODE
10*(CODE LOCATION 2 digits)*(ACCESS CODE 4 digits)* Standard
10*#(CODE LOCATION 2 digits)*(ACCESS CODE 4 digits)* Timed
(ie. 10*00*3344* = access code 3344 in code location 00)
DELETE AN ACCESS CODE
20*(CODE LOCATION 2 digits)*
(ie. 20*01* = access code in location 01 deleted)
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99*#(CODE 6 digits)*Timed
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